Using Provings in Homeopathy
Fraser, Peter

Using Provings in Homeopathy
Using Provings in Homeopathy

Printed in UK, paperback, 69 pages.

Size148 x 210mm

From the cover: The proving is a vital part of homoeopathy. It is the process by which remedies are discovered, explored and added to the materia medica. Without provings we would not have any information on non toxic substances and only the crudest picture of the toxic ones. Understanding how a proving works and how to read a proving gives us a much clearer picture of what we know about a remedy and how we know it. We can make a clearer judgement of how accurate and how comprehensive is the information found in the materia medica and so understand accurately how well it matches the picture of our patient's disease.

Using Maps and Systems in Homeopathy

Peter Fraser is compiling a series of mini books looking at the major systems and maps used in homeopathy to better understand the various systems, to apply them simply and effectively and to understand what they tell us and what are their limitations. These books are primers and do not require previous familiarity with the systems but they are also useful as a workbook for those who know and use the systems.

About the author

Peter was a bookseller and publisher before discovering homeopathy. He has been practising for ten years in London and Bristol and teaches internationally. His particular interest is in new remedies and in the way that the relationship between substances corresponds to remedy relationships. He has been involved in many provings, both at the School of Homeopathy and with other groups. His books on homeopathy include The AIDS Miasm, the series Using Maps and Systems in Homeopathy, and the ongoing Supplement to Clarke's Dictionary of Materia Medica.